Charles “Shug” Edward Isaacs began a new journey on September 1, 2012. He is preceded in death by his wife, Blanche Nicholson Isaacs, his parents Elmer and Mary Pearl Hamilton Isaacs and his brother, Elmer “Tack” Isaacs, Jr.
He is survived by his four children, Judy (Gary) Halstead, Mona Isaacs, Mary (Bob) Eipert and Charles Edward “Chuck” (Krista) Isaacs, Jr; seven grandchildren Craig (Angie) Halstead, Paula Roxann (Rick) Gordon, Robyn (Tom) Moreland, Stevie Johnson, John Eipert, Ben Eipert and Abby Eipert; fourteen great-grandchildren Hayden, Hayley and Trace Halstead, Madeline, Cannon and Tess McLin, Graham, Kennedy and Ethan Gordon, Whitney, Charlie, Noah and Sam Moreland and Rachel Peyton.
Calling all Grandparents & Grandchildren! Berea Parks & Recreation along with Body Recall will be celebrating Grandparents Day in the Park on Sunday, September 9th 1pm – 5pm at Berea City Park Shelter (behind pool)!
We will have various activities for all to enjoy as well as genealogies, community booths & refreshments!
Friends…hope you will join us Saturday September 8th, 2-4 at The Clark County Animal Shelter Open House. PLEASE take the time to stop by and show your support. This will be a great time to check out the new building & enjoy some refreshments. The shelter is also in need of cat & kitten food and cat litter…if you can help with these items please bring to the open house.
RICHMOND, Ky. – Pattie A. Clay Regional Medical Center, Richmond, Ky., and Baptist Health System will host an announcement on Friday, Sept. 7 at 11 a.m. The press conference will take place in a ceremony tent in the front parking lot at Pattie A. Clay, 801 Eastern Bypass, Richmond.
Todd Jones, President and CEO, Baptist Health Richmond
Pattie A. Clay Infirmary Association
Aaron Thompson, Board of Directors
Tommy Smith, President and CEO, Baptist Health System
Bill Sisson, President and CEO, Central Baptist Hospital
The Berea Parks & Recreation Department is excited to offer a talent show for Individuals with Special Needs of all ability levels!
Join us on September 27th at 6pm at the Russel Acton Folk Center in Berea for a night full of fun! Can you sing, dance, act or have a special talent? Show off your tricks and talents for a grand prize!
The City Commission is doing the first reading of the Recreation and Landscape Manual today! We are excited for the new changes to our Development Ordinance. If you would like to see a copy of the Recreation and Landscape Manual please visit the link below.
Sidekick Siblings Connecting siblings one game at a time! Thurs. Sept. 13th 5:30pm – 7pm at Memorial Park Large Shelter for Sock & Bag Puppets! Please bring socks that you can turn into puppets; other supplies will be provided by Puppets & Such in Berea as well as Berea Parks & Recreation! Free & Open to the Public! Further questions please contact Berea Parks & Recreation at 986-9402.
An Audacious American, a sixty-minute PBS documentary about the famed Kentucky emancipationist Cassius Marcellus Clay, premiers at the Kentucky Theatre, in Lexington, Thursday, September 27, at 7 p.m.
In the film, Clay takes the viewer with him as he boldly, purposely and fearlessly strides through the 19th-century landscape of bitter politics and duels, palatial homes and beautiful women, slavery and the Civil War and a diplomatic mission precipitating the purchase of Alaska, leaving the lasting imprint of his fiery emancipationist personality in his wake. Produced Continue reading Cassius Marcellus Clay: An Audacious American→